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  1. The Cayman OC buyers guide for the Gen2 is here Tom http://en.calameo.com/read/004578836891bab5e14cc Let us know how you get on!
  2. Interested to hear your thoughts on how it performs when you've had a chance to give it a spin!
  3. Knows his stuff does Bushman!
  4. First of all, welcome! I wouldn't suggest that servicing or w&t items should be more frequent, but could be a bit more expensive although not horrendous. The car you are looking at there is a Gen 2 car and so many of the 'horror stories' you refer to do not apply. Because of this the Gen 2 cars do command quite a premium over the Gen 1 cars, so well into the £20k+ bracket. Its difficult to say though without seeing the car as to whether it is overpriced. Is it a main dealer (OPC) car or private sale, warranty, decent service history etc? I would expect at 43k miles that the car would have seen some replacement items, so definitely try to find out/check paperwork. Have you checked out the buyers guides yet, if not they may be helpful for some bits. http://www.caymanoc.com/library/
  5. And if you've been an active member for a certain period of time
  6. There's a man who loves his Cayman...
  7. Thats the trouble buying a Cayman at that kind of mileage, will always require a major and some. It'll level out over time though, next couple of years will be far less.
  8. Nice work, congrats and welcome
  9. The guys at Road Scholars have created something quite special this time, dubbed the 'GTR'. Based on a 987 Cayman, it's been modified quite considerably including a custom widebody conversion, an enlarged 911 engine (4.2-litre), various GT3 RS parts (including carbon ceramic brakes), an exquisite-looking CAE ‘Ultra Short Shifter, a completely reworked interior and much more besides. Watch the video and decide for yourself, but whether you love it or hate it there is no question it's been created and finished to a very high standard as you'd expect. Enjoy
  10. The guys at Road Scholars have created something quite special this time, dubbed the 'GTR'. Based on a 987 Cayman, it's been modified quite considerably including a custom widebody conversion, an enlarged 911 engine (4.2-litre), various GT3 RS parts (including carbon ceramic brakes), an exquisite-looking CAE ‘Ultra Short Shifter, a completely reworked interior and much more besides. Watch the video and decide for yourself, but whether you love it or hate it there is no question it's been created and finished to a very high standard as you'd expect. Enjoy View full record
  11. That's a good day out, I can't make it but I'd definitely recommend it! Good shout
  12. I can make it more official if you like Rob?
  13. Welcome to CaymanOC Samwell! Congrats on the new car, looks stunning in GR